China-Navy Anniversary/Singapore Update

Singaporean vessel arrives in Qingdao for Chinese navy anniversary

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Qingdao City, Shandong Province, east China - April 19, 2019 (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Chinese military band playing trumpets
2. Various of Singaporean Navy frigate RSS Stalwart approaching port
3. Various of Chinese military band playing music
4. Chinese officers waiting to greet Singaporean counterparts
5. RSS Stalwart at port
6. Various of Singaporean crew members aboard
7. Chinese soldier pulling rope
8. Singaporean crew members disembarking vessel
9. Various of Stalwart captain Lieutenant-Colonel Aaron Li Jun Hong shaking hands with Chinese officer, receiving flowers, posing for photo
10. SOUNDBITE (English) Lieutenant-Colonel Aaron Li Jun Hong, captain, Stalwart:
"The journey has been good. It's my first time to Qingdao. Happy to be here."
(Reporter: "What is your expectation to be here?")
"Happy to be here. Looking forward to the fleet review."
11. SOUNDBITE (English) Zhang Junshe, researcher, Research Institute of Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) Navy (ending with shot 12):
"I think China wants to give a signal to the world that the Chinese navy is open friendly to the whole world."
12. Various of vessels at port
13. Chinese navy sailors
14. Various of people, submarine

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A warship from Singapore sailed into the Chinese port of Qingdao on Friday for the international fleet review to mark the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People's Liberation Army (PLA) Navy scheduled for next week.

The frigate Stalwart is the first foreign naval vessel to arrive for the four-day commemorative event which is to start on Monday, featuring maritime parades, high-level seminars, warship visits and other cultural and sports exchanges.

The international fleet review is a tradition and common practice for naval exchanges and also an opportunity for the Chinese navy to extend courtesy to its counterparts.

A brief ceremony was held to welcome the Stalwart and its crew. The formidable-class frigate was in China last year during the China-ASEAN maritime exercise off the coast of Zhanjiang City in south China's Guangdong Province.

"The journey has been good. It's my first time to Qingdao. Happy to be here... Looking forward to the fleet review," said Lieutenant-Colonel Aaron Li Jun Hong, captain of RSS Stalwart of the Singaporean Navy.

Navy delegations from more than 60 countries and vessels from more than 10 countries were invited to participate in the Qingdao celebration of the Chinese navy's founding anniversary.

The Port of Qingdao is home of the PLA North Sea Fleet. There's a festive atmosphere, amid preparations for the navy's 70th birthday.

The international fleet review is a signal that the Chinese navy and China are open friendly to the whole world, said Zhang Junshe, a senior researcher of the Research Institute of the PLA Navy.

It will be the second international fleet review put up in China in ten years.

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China-Navy Anniversary/Singapore Update

Singaporean vessel arrives in Qingdao for Chinese navy anniversary

Dateline : April 19, 2019

Location : China

Duration : 1'07

  • English
  • Français
  • Español


Qingdao City, Shandong Province, east China - April 19, 2019 (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Chinese military band playing trumpets
2. Various of Singaporean Navy frigate RSS Stalwart approaching port
3. Various of Chinese military band playing music
4. Chinese officers waiting to greet Singaporean counterparts
5. RSS Stalwart at port
6. Various of Singaporean crew members aboard
7. Chinese soldier pulling rope
8. Singaporean crew members disembarking vessel
9. Various of Stalwart captain Lieutenant-Colonel Aaron Li Jun Hong shaking hands with Chinese officer, receiving flowers, posing for photo
10. SOUNDBITE (English) Lieutenant-Colonel Aaron Li Jun Hong, captain, Stalwart:
"The journey has been good. It's my first time to Qingdao. Happy to be here."
(Reporter: "What is your expectation to be here?")
"Happy to be here. Looking forward to the fleet review."
11. SOUNDBITE (English) Zhang Junshe, researcher, Research Institute of Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) Navy (ending with shot 12):
"I think China wants to give a signal to the world that the Chinese navy is open friendly to the whole world."
12. Various of vessels at port
13. Chinese navy sailors
14. Various of people, submarine


A warship from Singapore sailed into the Chinese port of Qingdao on Friday for the international fleet review to mark the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People's Liberation Army (PLA) Navy scheduled for next week.

The frigate Stalwart is the first foreign naval vessel to arrive for the four-day commemorative event which is to start on Monday, featuring maritime parades, high-level seminars, warship visits and other cultural and sports exchanges.

The international fleet review is a tradition and common practice for naval exchanges and also an opportunity for the Chinese navy to extend courtesy to its counterparts.

A brief ceremony was held to welcome the Stalwart and its crew. The formidable-class frigate was in China last year during the China-ASEAN maritime exercise off the coast of Zhanjiang City in south China's Guangdong Province.

"The journey has been good. It's my first time to Qingdao. Happy to be here... Looking forward to the fleet review," said Lieutenant-Colonel Aaron Li Jun Hong, captain of RSS Stalwart of the Singaporean Navy.

Navy delegations from more than 60 countries and vessels from more than 10 countries were invited to participate in the Qingdao celebration of the Chinese navy's founding anniversary.

The Port of Qingdao is home of the PLA North Sea Fleet. There's a festive atmosphere, amid preparations for the navy's 70th birthday.

The international fleet review is a signal that the Chinese navy and China are open friendly to the whole world, said Zhang Junshe, a senior researcher of the Research Institute of the PLA Navy.

It will be the second international fleet review put up in China in ten years.

ID : 8108811

Published : 2019-04-20 15:26

Last Modified : 2019-04-20 18:38:42

Source : China Global Television Network (CGTN)

Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland

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